Republicans for Obama
You are hereForums / Miscellaneous Chit-Chat / Happy Thanksgiving!!
By BlakeeV - Posted on 25 November 2009
Happy Thanksgiving to You, Blake!
To all the other RFOers... A Happy Turkey Day, as well.
Eat Plenty and Rest Well.
It's Only 30 Days until Christmas.
Hey, Blake! Thanks a bunch, and same to you, and all RFO-ers. Happy Thanksgiving.
Hey Blakey! You have a good one too. It's been awhile.
I'm glad you got out of the bunker to see us. ( :
I hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!
(I posted this last year, but maybe people forgot. lol)
And if you're bored and want to get addicted to a game.
That's a funny game....my boys will love it!
BTW, they love Bubblebox...thanks for the tip.
Hey Blakey!!! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving too.
I'm glad you stopped by...SG and I (and others) have been wondering where you are...please don't be a stranger.
Happy Thanksgiving to my RFO family. No matter where we are in life, we have so much to be thankful for.
Have a wonderful day....and be sure to eat too much...it's a rule. ;-D
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving everyone!:)
Hoping everyone has a blessed day full of good food, wine, family, friends, football, and ...
don't forget the pie~
President Obama wants everyone to have a Happy Thanksgiving, as well.
He sent this message directly to the people on the Organizing for America e-mail list.
Tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day,
Americans across the country will sit down together, count our
blessings, and give thanks for our families and our loved ones.
American families reflect the diversity of this great nation. No two
are exactly alike, but there is a common thread they each share.
Our families are bound together through times of joy and times of
grief. They shape us, support us, instill the values that guide us as
individuals, and make possible all that we achieve.
So tomorrow, I'll be giving thanks for my family -- for all the wisdom, support, and love they have brought into my life.
But tomorrow is also a day to remember those who cannot sit down to break bread with those they love.
The soldier overseas holding down a lonely post and missing his kids.
The sailor who left her home to serve a higher calling. The folks who
must spend tomorrow apart from their families to work a second job, so
they can keep food on the table or send a child to school.
We are grateful beyond words for the service and hard work of so many
Americans who make our country great through their sacrifice. And this
year, we know that far too many face a daily struggle that puts the
comfort and security we all deserve painfully out of reach.
So when we gather tomorrow, let us also use the occasion to renew our
commitment to building a more peaceful and prosperous future that every
American family can enjoy.
It seems like a lifetime ago that a crowd met on a frigid February
morning in Springfield, Illinois to set out on an improbable course to
change our nation.
In the years since, Michelle and I have been blessed with the support
and friendship of the millions of Americans who have come together to
form this ongoing movement for change.
You have been there through victories and setbacks. You have given of
yourselves beyond measure. You have enabled all that we have
accomplished -- and you have had the courage to dream yet bigger dreams
for what we can still achieve.
So in this season of thanks giving, I want to take a moment to express
my gratitude to you, and my anticipation of the brighter future we are
With warmest wishes for a happy holiday season from my family to yours,
President Barack Obama
And, Happy Thanksgiving to y'all.
Happy Turkey Day to all!
Abe Lincoln started this uniquely American holiday in 1864. It has survived and thrived ever since.
For all my friends at RFO, please see this Thanksgiving message:
Did you just rickroll me on Thanksgiving?!?! And smart doing it a year after it was big...
AND THEN TIN CONTRIBUTED ?? Both of you should be ashamed. lol
Speaking of Rickrolling and Thanksgiving, Rick was actually a good sport about it when it was big and did a joke with it and rickrolled the Macy's day parade a year ago.
My husband rickrolled me in an email.
EVERY year he guesses what I'm going to give him for Christmas.
But THIS year I think I have him stumped.
Anyway, yesterday, he sent me an email with the subject line:
"I found what you are getting me for christmas. . . ."
And I paniked and opened it. . . .
Yup. Rickrolled! By my own husband!!
PS: This is what I'm getting him:
The Nook eReader from Barnes & Noble.
Oops accidentally double-posted. I don't often do that. lol
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! (From The Buffalo News) This is how I started off my day. I ran the annual 5 Mile Turkey Trot with 12,000 other crazy people. My 8 year old daughter "ran" it with me so it took us about an hour. The winner ran it in about 24 minutes. Wow!
RepublicansforObama.org is not affiliated with the Obama Presidential Campaign